calumsherwood
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calumsherwood

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    1. hiho
      hiho
      I saw a larger version go for $250 on eBay recently, so yes, I did get lucky.
    2. hiho
      hiho
      Thank you for the kind comment. The coin is a silver French Marianne medal from the 1920's that I bought on eBay for about $35 from a very nice woman in Belgium.

      It actually looks a lot like me!
    3. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      have a look at ******* calum it's better than numista, doing some great swaps on there.


      john
    4. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      sorry calum i forgot to post them, they were in the glove box of my car, however i posted them yesterday at 16:30 so you should get the either today or tomorrow.....john
    5. coinswithsmiles
      coinswithsmiles
      awwww!
      iv never heard that name b4 its so pretty
      well u should b proud she's very cute
      =]
    6. coinswithsmiles
      coinswithsmiles
      oh my god!
      that little girl is sooooo cute!
      is she ur neice or something????
      =]
    7. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      the match was brilliant from my point of view, what a brilliant change to see two british managers in a top class game,
    8. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      nothing ultra special today calum except the last coins of belgium and luxembourg before they adopted the euro, i think word is getting round as i was talking to an avid bank note collector who has started to go every week and he was a member of the IBNS as well. one really interesting thing i did find was an 1849 apothecary coin weight.
    9. rexesq
      rexesq
      Awesome French 1903 25 Centimes, very impressive, and a great find on your part my friend, good work!
      Also, I can't quite tell from the picture, what is the coin in your avatar, if you don't mind my asking?
    10. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      thanks calum i really appreciate that.
    11. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      that would be great calum,
    12. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      just dip the coin for a couple of minutes then rinse in cols water and dab dry, it usually works well and doesn't destroy any patina on the coin, i will keep a look out at widnes for any more interesting coins if you are interested?

      john
    13. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      glad you got it, perhaps there were no leaves on the roads in cumbria............lol is it OK?
    14. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      tell you what calum, as we are at the forefront of converting this forum to world coin collecting send me your address and i'll send you the coin for nowt.

      john
    15. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      re coin, anything calum, what do you have spare?
    16. moneyer12
      moneyer12
      where about in cumbria do you live?
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